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Quote# 89503

Although Obama has been ruthless and effective in his drone war against al-Quaida and the Taliban, otherwise it is clear that his sympathies are not only Muslim but with the Salafists and the Shia equivalents.

I don’t know why that is, but that is what observation shows. For an American it is weird; but that is what observation shows.

One thing which leftards must get through their thick skulls is that they are not clever nor are they well informed.

John Lewis, Moonbattery 51 Comments [9/12/2012 2:27:23 PM]
Fundie Index: 46

Quote# 89501

Maybe it is time to deport, not the illegals with faith in God, but every Illegal and American without faith in God. Without God there is no foundation for our liberties or freedoms. Buy them up and give them a ticket to anywhere, but here.

Ronald Stotland, The Federalist Papers 50 Comments [9/12/2012 1:36:17 PM]
Fundie Index: 62
Submitted By: MTSBspidey

Quote# 89487

church and state my ass

seeing as how the country was founded by christians, and marriage is about as christian as you can get.

You wanna play the two men or two women getting married is the same as getting married to a fetish. You can't change the fact its the same as being married to a taco.

Marriage is just as much religious as it is a legal contract.

The fact is this: gay "couples" aren't legally or naturally as God created us, legitimate.

Be happy with the fact I put up with your un-natural behavior, I love all people. But I ain't gotta like it. Or treat you special.

CoiledViper, gamefaqs 81 Comments [9/11/2012 11:15:41 AM]
Fundie Index: 63

Quote# 89485

The only thing preventing Heather from having two daddies today is the FDA and it’s British equivilent which has a ban on the use of “manufactured” eggs. The whole we don’t need men argument will blow up in their faces and we’re not talking decades but more like the end of this decade. I would say sooner for the two daddies senerio and by the end of the decade for a full blown machine pregnancy and “The End of Women”.

tom47, The Spearhead 42 Comments [9/11/2012 11:13:33 AM]
Fundie Index: 50

Quote# 89479

A number of rightwing British activists have publicly praised mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik – one describing him as a "role model" – since the Norwegian extremist was sentenced.

Members of the English Defence League (EDL) and the National Front have voiced support for the 33-year-old, who was declared sane and convicted by an Oslo court nine days ago after killing 77 people in two attacks last year.

Kickboxer Darren Clifft from Walsall tried to garner support for a petition to free Breivik last week. The 23-year-old National Front supporter, who posts as "Daz MarxistHunter", left a message on Facebook stating: "[Breivik] is truly inspirational. He sacrificed his life so Europe might be free again from the clutches of Islam and cultural Marxism, multiculturalism and political correctness. I see him as my role model, what every European man needs to be in order for Europe to survive."

Another Breivik admirer, Nick Greger – who, along with EDL founder member Paul Ray, runs Order 777, which claims to bring together Christian resistance movements – wrote on Facebook that the Norwegian deserved a medal "for the groundbreaking performance to blow up his Marxist traitor government building".

Darren Clifft and Nick Greger, The Guardian 49 Comments [9/11/2012 11:09:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Often Partisan

Quote# 89472

"The Todd Akin thing was so blown out of proportion -- it's a joke," [Victoria] Jackson said at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., when interviewed for my SiriusXM OutQ radio program. "How many times do people get pregnant from rape? It's point zero zero one percent. It's a joke. I read lots of articles. I know people, because I'm 53. I've know a lot of people, and I've actually never known anyone who got pregnant from being raped."

"And guess what?" she continued. "If I got raped, I would have the baby. And if I didn't want to keep it because I had these [mocking tone] horrible nightmares, I would adopt it out. But I think that God can turn a bad thing into a good thing. And that, if I got raped and a beautiful baby who was innocent was born out of it, that would be a blessing. The DNA of a baby is individual. It's not the mother's DNA. It's not the father's DNA. And that's why I believe abortion is murder, because it's not the woman's body. It has it's own DNA. If there's a boy baby inside of me, he has a penis. That's not my body."

In response to Gay Voices blogger Dan Steadman's post, in which he wrote about ending his friendships with both Jackson and Kirk Cameron because of their views on homosexuality, Jackson discussed her gay friends.

"I didn't see [the post] but I love my gay friends," she said. "My best friends who are gay, I've actually never seen them with a boyfriend. It's like -- we've never talked about sex. I don't think people should identify themselves by their sexual life. My identity is in Christ. Some people's identity is in what country they come from. But I don't think people should make their identity about their sex life. That should be private. Why are they in the middle of the street in a parade? Why don't they just have sex in their bedroom alone?"

Victoria Jackson, Huffington Post 67 Comments [9/10/2012 11:38:44 AM]
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Quote# 89470

Why I don't wote

As a citizen of the US, I have a right to vote. However, I do not exercise this right, because I believe that based on the Bible, it is wrong for women to vote.

Now, I am not trying to convince any other ladies of my beliefs. I simply wanted to share some Bible verses of why I believe what I believe, because I have been asked about it repeatedly.

1Timothy 2:12 - But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.

Based on the Bible, it is wrong for women to exercise authority over men. However, women voting can lead to a passing of laws that the majority of men would oppose. One example of this is abortion - more than 50% of men are against it, but more than 50% of women are for it, which is why it is legal.

Zsuzsanna, Are they all yours? 71 Comments [9/10/2012 11:34:10 AM]
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Quote# 89467

By my observation, Vox, the women who would appear to have the least to fear from possible rape are often the women who fret the most. No doubt this feminist is yet another example of this observation. Of course, what goes unmentioned in this rant is the fact that lesbians love to attend feminist functions and a good many of the so-called "feminists" are not femme at all but simply man-hating diesel dykes. They come to the feminist get togethers hoping to snare an unsuspecting bisexual or hetero slut. No mention is made of lesbian rape. It is only the men who do that. But I do appreciate you pointing out that girls who hang at the club and tease the Blacks and Hispanics are likely to get what they want most. The alcohol helps, but they lied....you still remember the indiscretion later....so there is that annoying regret and the dark realization that abortion is not actually free.

DonReynolds, Vox Popoli 25 Comments [9/10/2012 11:31:34 AM]
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Quote# 89463

It is my contention, that Anders Breivik will likely be rehabilitated by mainstream Europe, in the esculating conflict with Islam, in a decade or two. I see violence esculating and as self defense armed militias of identity groups become common in the low to expanding cultural-civil war on the streets, Anders Breivik’s actions will come to be admired, and he will come to be seen as a early warrior in defense of European Christendom.

Southern by the Grace of God, Harry's Place 44 Comments [9/10/2012 11:15:55 AM]
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Quote# 89458

anything that has not been OBSERVED by reliable humans is theory

black holes are theory

so are Unicorns (more people can claim to have seen a unicorn than a black hole)
Flying saucers
The Yeti
Bog men from venus etc

Never trust a man whose bread and butter is a theory
its not in his best interest to disprove it

Sollvax, Star Trek Online Forum 42 Comments [9/10/2012 11:10:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Kyeto-X

Quote# 89447

My 16 y/o just started working at a pumpkin patch…my first question was, “Do boys work there? Are they all Monks?”

Unfortunately, they are not all monks…Sadly, we cannot sanction Muslim garb (my wife forbids it for some reason). I only wish that the Spirit would make those boys blind for the next few months, that’s all I ask.

James H, The Gospel Coalition 34 Comments [9/10/2012 3:51:56 AM]
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Quote# 89442

[Where did you earn your degrees?]

none of your business. Since God gave me the education, He gets the credit.

Dr. David Tee, Scotteriology comments 51 Comments [9/10/2012 3:41:03 AM]
Fundie Index: 65

Quote# 89441

Biologists are not real scientists. They are the right fielders and catchers of the adult male softball leagues. This means, in plain English, they suck at science.

TLM, The Spearhead 42 Comments [9/10/2012 3:40:49 AM]
Fundie Index: 60

Quote# 89440

Some jaded asshole takes a cruise to the Galapagos Islands, makes some observations, and Christians should suddenly abandon what the Scriptures say about creation in Genesis, Job, etc. What a bunch of nancies. If social pressure from some retarded atheists can force a retreat or pseud0-compromise with the walking dead, how will you ever take a stand for Christ’s death & resurrection. Grow a pair. In school they taught me that babies had gills, medical imaging technology proved what a bunch of nonsense that was. And I’m curious as to why people who believe in Biblical Creation are automatically assumed to be young earth types? That’s ridiculous. We have no way of knowing (Jewish Calender theories aside) and why should we even care? It’s of little to no relevance to our need for Christ’s atonement. The whole Evolution thing is just another excuse, in a long line of them, that people use to justify themselves and their sins. And Bill Nye’s show sucked anyway.

TLM, The Spearhead 50 Comments [9/10/2012 3:40:37 AM]
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Quote# 89434

Most people do indeed think of God as He. Even feminists. It often surprises me to hear otherwise agnostic, liberal, and even feminist-minded people refer reflexively to God as “He”.

I sometimes wonder if a lot of liberal and feminist rage is directed at men because of this male image of God. Most of what liberals and feminists say seems to be motivated by a misplaced misotheism. They hate God for being God, for being Father, and they displace their hatred onto the nearest male. A lot of liberal slogans and goals seem designed to provoke the male principle. “Watch me leave my husband, abort my child, change this child’s sex, sleep with this other woman, campaign for single sex marriage, demand that Daddy pay for my contraception, demand that Daddy pay for my lifestyle … and now, call God a girl.” It is rebellion against the Natural Order, like the Sin of Eve, the first feminist.

Do you think there were no feminists in the crowd crying out “Crucify Him!”?

David Collard, The Spearhead 58 Comments [9/8/2012 10:48:41 AM]
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Quote# 89433

Feminism IS a goddess cult, and ritual prostitution is overseen by the pimps in the seat of government.
It’s not that Joe Biden, for instance, really wants ascend the marble steps of Temple Vajayjay on bloodied hands and knees – no, he just makes use of the temple whores to subvert and distract the masses of men who’ve been led to believe that a relatively brief stay within the sacred chamber comes at the price of gyno-worship and self loathing.

In a sense (a very real and practical sense) worship of the Goddess has been with us for a generation or two.
It’s obviously in mainstream culture, but it’s also present – no, PREVALENT in Christendom as well.
Porn re-inforces the object of worship while making proscelytes of the very young.
The unwashed gents who cannot, in any way, shape or form render due sacrifice at the temple gates are treated to slutwalks – with even the most hideous mudbound “goddess” demanding that these men cast downward their eyes when in the presence of the least worshipworthy bearers of the goddess chamber.

I sincerely hope that the Priestesses are busily carving their stone (or is it plastic) idol right now, preparing to present the one, truly worshipped goddess of our time, for all to see, during Passover and Christian Holy Week.
Let the subversive tactics, having long been the tactic they thought they needed to employ, be damned.

That could be our only hope- in a manner of speaking.

Millions of men are too dull witted – too obsessed with satisfying their glandular urges while laying claim to gutted piety- to let the truth sink in and cease being the Goddess’ minions.

woggy, The Spearhead 55 Comments [9/8/2012 9:21:10 AM]
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Quote# 89430

5. To which nation was the kingdom of God given?


Here are the reasons why it is the Philippines:
1. The Holy Spirit uses a blind woman, Maria Liwayway Alvaran or Ka Apaz, to speak to the listeners, tape recorded, in the Filipino language understood mainly by Filipinos.
2. Jesus created Pontius Pilate when He was twelve years old who looked exactly like Him, believe it or not. He used a kind of clay to make pots and jars called in Filipino as “pila”, thus the name Pilate was derived from “pila ito” or “this is pila”. There is a town in Laguna, Philippines called Pila.
3. The tree in Genesis that God forbids the fruit to be eaten is usually portrayed as an apple tree which in Filipino is called “mansanas”. “Mansanas” means “mantsa na” or sin or stain.
4. In September 2011, someone said that the word “Filipino” is foreboding—“pili na, pino pa” (“chosen, finely”). Powder is fine, thus it says in Matthew 21:44, “it will grind him to powder.”
5. The Filipinos are in different parts of the world, as immigrants or as Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs). They can express the revelations of the Holy Spirit since they understand the language and can translate these to host countries.

Aristeo Canlas Fernando, aristean.org 46 Comments [9/8/2012 9:20:02 AM]
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Submitted By: ixolite

Quote# 89426

The problem with the 'It Gets Better' campaign is that it, again, is special rights -- singling out a particular group that is no more harmed than any other groups, and really singling them out for special attention and special rights, special things that should also be shared with lots of other people that are being bullied. It really is, again, another example of money and resources being given to a special class, a group of people, and discriminating against many others who are being bullied.

Larry Jacobs, Joe. My. God. 35 Comments [9/8/2012 8:32:54 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 89409

First of all, no archaeological find has ever contradicted the Bible. Archaeology has only confirmed what the Bible says.

Matt Slick, CARM 55 Comments [9/7/2012 3:39:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Tony

Quote# 89408

Bill Nye needs to get out of other people's lives and go jump back in the swamp he crawled out of.

I wonder why a "transitional" fossil has never been found?? If evolution were true there would be tons of them. But there's not even one. Go figure.

All those evolutionist comments at the end of the article are just stupid. What's really stupid is following a schizophrenic man for 150+ years and his mindless ramblings. Here's the mental state of "Ol' Charlie Darwin" the leader of the cult called evolution: http://www.icr.org/article/112/

Chris, rapture forums 64 Comments [9/7/2012 3:39:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Tony

Quote# 89406

The Leftists HATE this book [The Pink Swastika]. I have been monitoring their “Wikipedia” and “news” stories on Scott Lively for years (Uganda, for instance). They put in articles filled with lies and negative biases, just like when they tried to twist what Dan Cathy actually said. The Left lies—always has and they twist all Truth.

It is the first time I noticed how subversive Wikipedia was-—trying to shape opinions and using BF Skinner technique to discourage people from reading anything by Lively—insinuating that he is ...............(fill in the blank) with anything demeaning and hateful which marginalizes him (Alinsky method) so that people will dismiss his book, which is pure Truth, IMHO—it is so well researched and cross-referenced. I have read other books he references in his book-—He is thorough and truthful.

I also had read “Leftist Revisited:From De Sade and Marx to Hitler and Pol Pot” and understand all Leftist movements-—and their Fascist methodology. That is another book and person the Leftists absolutely go Rabid over...... Leftism is pure evil and can NEVER stand the Truth.

The whole GAME of the Leftist movement is to control ALL the THOUGHTS of the masses-—that is where the PC comes in—concept of Mao’s. They want the minds of your children and if you allow them to feed on the ideas that are posited in public schools, have the BOOKS they recommend read by your darlings-—which glorify evil and collectivism and dependence, and watch the TV which gives children a sick picture of Reality (which will become their worldview), you will get an immoral little Marxist. Lenin knew he needed the children for only 4 years to get converts to his sick, dehumanizing ideology.

savagesusie, Free Republic 52 Comments [9/7/2012 3:38:43 AM]
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Quote# 89403

Republicans SHOULD point out the FACT that this Muslim POTUS, now has the DNC using HIS PEOPLE to pontificate on Sharia Law for America. Women have been told "their Rights" are threatened by Republicans, and here is the DNC espousing Sharia, where women are used like cattle, and have NO Freedom whatsoever....who is "Anti-Women"?

Alas, we have no Party right now that espouses The Constitution and the Freedom from Government/Political control and oversight, as ALL politicians need votes to keep employed, and they'll take your Earnings to hand out and buy votes, everytime, and to Hell with The Constitution's "Limited Powers" mandate.

traditional1, Free Republic 42 Comments [9/7/2012 3:37:53 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 89402

This adds new spin to my view of what's going on at the RNC right now because you still hear a little bit of talk God here and there, but it's different. When Mitt Romney talks about God, he's not talking about our God and he has yet to give his speech yet.

But we now have a party that is allowing people to pray at the Republican National Convention who don't have the slightest similarity to us, when it comes to our view of God, at all. At all.

It wasn't that long ago that Pat Buchanan at the 1992 RNC was talking about the great culture war and being a Judeo-Christian nation and how important it was to hold that all together because that was the foundation upon which our country was built. And he was right. He got skewered for it, but he was right.

And look how far we've come. Now, 2012 we have somebody from an Eastern religion offering the invocation at the Republican National Convention. I'm not saying people from different religions can't vote Republican, but what this really is is a syncretism that is kind of seeping under the door like a gas.

Janet Mefferd, Right Wing Watch 27 Comments [9/7/2012 3:35:15 AM]
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Submitted By: Zagen30

Quote# 89399

When Charlotte714, a non political group of Pastors and Christian leaders in Charlotte who are praying for God to restore our nation, requested permission to pass out gifts and Christian literature to arriving DNC delegates, they were refused. The reason: 'The values of Charlotte714 do not reflect the values of the DNC.' Now the DNC is going to redefine marriage. What does the God of the Bible know, anyway!

After years of lying to us, The DNC has decided to show its true colors. It is indeed, the party of death! 'All who hate me love death.' Pr 8:36. The DNC is tolerant of all religions except one -- Christianity! Why? The DNC hates the God of the Bible. It hates the God of our Pilgrim Forefathers and Founding Fathers. It hates the God (Jesus) who made America great and made her strong. It simply hates any judge but itself.

Pastor Pat McEwen, Joe. My. God. 37 Comments [9/7/2012 3:13:19 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 89398

“The second thing that I think the Republicans ought to do is send bags of money instead of sand,” he said. “Bags full of money to shore up the levees in New Orleans.

The poor of New Orleans will storm the levees and steal the bags, thereby putting themselves at risk for the eventual flooding that will happen once they remove the bags of money. And that way, Republicans can get rid of even more Democrats in Louisiana and shore up the state for themselves.”

Rush Limbaugh, Crooks and Liars 37 Comments [9/7/2012 3:12:45 AM]
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Submitted By: michael3ov
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